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Tonight’s TV Spotlight…Monday, March 14, 2011

March 14, 2011 by  

The 15th season finale of THE BACHELOR tonight. 15th. You pumped? Or would you prefer to amuse yourself with the small screen’s other Monday night offerings?

Take a look at what’s on tap…

Chuck | 8pm on NBC
“Chuck Versus The A-Team”
Chuck and Sarah investigate when they suspect that Casey is carrying out private missions. Meanwhile, Chuck fears that the CIA’s seemingly-perfect new operatives (guest stars Isaiah Mustafa and Stacy Keibler) will render him obsolete. Elsewhere, Morgan settles in with a new roommate, and Awesome panics when Ellie embarks on a potentially dangerous line of research.

House | 8pm on Fox
“Out of the Chute”
A young professional champion bullfighter is admitted for treatment after being attacked by a bull. After conducting multiple inconclusive tests, the team enlists House’s advice outside of the hospital while he attends to a few issues away from the case. Back in the hospital, the bullfighter’s condition continues to worsen, but with disappearing symptoms and the patient’s more frequent mini-seizures, the team’s last option is risky open-heart surgery. Meanwhile, Masters develops a crush on their bullfighter patient much to Taub’s surprise.

Pretty Little Liars | 8pm on ABC Family
“Monsters In The End”
Everyone has something to hide – whether it be a secret romance, who they really are and what their true intentions are. For Aria, Emily, Hanna and Spencer, keeping things hidden is second nature, but having to live with those secrets can become a big burden. How long can Aria be with someone when they can’t go out in public? Is it a true friendship when Spencer and Toby aren’t able to be seen together? How truthful can Emily be when she can’t be honest about whom she wants to be with? And how can Hanna move on when she secretly still wants to be with the one who broke her heart? With someone like “A” out there to watch their every move, four Liars may not have to worry about keeping things hidden for too much longer. Meanwhile, Rosewood police officer Garrett Reynolds is keeping his promise to keep a close eye on the girls – much closer than they realize.

So much more. Keep reading…

The Bachelor | 8pm on ABC | 15th Season Finale
In this dramatic conclusion, Brad, who came back for a second chance at love, prepares to make one of the most difficult choices of this life. His search for love is now narrowed down to two very different women – Chantal and Emily — and he is falling in love with both of them. Now, after having his family meet them in Cape Town, South Africa, and under immense pressure, he must make one final heart-wrenching decision that could change his life forever. After three years of soul-searching, will he be able to propose to one of the women — and will she say yes?

Mad Love | 8:30pm on CBS
“To Munsch or Not To Munsch”
Ben is determined to win Connie over by helping her at her nanny job, while Kate tries to change Larry’s ways after she learns that he breaks up with women by avoiding them until they leave him.

The Chicago Code | 9pm on Fox
“The Gold Coin Kid”
When Superintendent Colvin calls upon Detectives Wysocki and Evers to locate a drug supplier who sent the son of an influential couple into a drug-induced coma, they uncover a more elaborate murder case. As the evidence stacks up, a downtown club where rich men and pretty women mix becomes the focal point of the case. Meanwhile, Teresa has her eyes set on securing funding to buy the department new radios.

The Event | 9pm on NBC
Still reeling from the attack in Alaska, President Martinez (Blair Underwood) reasserts control over the situation and his administration, counseled by Sterling (Zeljko Ivanek) and his Chief of Staff (guest star Roger Bart, “Desperate Housewives”). Sophia (Laura Innes) learns the details of Thomas’s murderous rampage. Thomas (Clifton Collins, Jr.) sets Sophia and Martinez further at odds. Elsewhere, Michael (Scott Patterson) leaves Leila (Sarah Roemer) in safekeeping with a close friend, Diane Geller (guest star Gabrielle Carteris, BEVERLY HILLS, 90210), while he goes on the hunt for Thomas. The NSA continues to decrypt the satellite transmission, hopefully before it’s too late.

Being Human | 9pm on Syfy
“I Want You Back (From The Dead)”
Sally reconnects with an old acquaintance as Josh takes the next step with Nora. Will it all work out for the best? Or will there be regrets?

Harry’s Law | 10pm on NBC
“The Fragile Beast”
When a war veteran locks his wife in their basement to keep her from cheating, her lover Miguel (Guillermo Diaz), approaches Harry (Kathy Bates) to help — but asks that she not involve the police due to their immigrant status. Meanwhile, Adam (Nate Corddry) takes on his first divorce case where he represents Lynette Zales (Ann Cusack) after a romantic affair she orchestrated for her husband to spice up their marriage develops into something more. Elsewhere, Jenna (Brittany Snow) and Malcolm (Aml Ameen) confront each other about their kiss.

Bethenny Ever After | 10pm on Bravo
“Business As Usual”
Bethenny’s business ventures take an upswing, yet her margarita product isn’t progressing fast enough. Bethenny discovers liquor stores are slow to replenish inventory—so she puts Jason on the case to solve the problem.

Also playing…

  • The Bad Girls Club | 9pm on Oxygen: “Weak Sauce”
  • Intervention | 9pm on A&E: “Tiffany”
  • All About Aubrey | 10pm on Oxygen: “Fans and Foes”
  • Stargate Universe | 10pm on SyFy : “Twin Destinies”
  • Skins | 10pm on MTV: “Tina”
  • In The Bedroom With Dr. Laura Berman | 10pm on OWN: “Sex, Stress & Erectile Dysfunction”

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